Kingston has added a new high performance RAM line to its HyperX series of enthusiast memory offerings. The new line is called the HyperX H20 and is fitted with a heat sink that supports liquid cooling.
Enthusiast knows that the cooler you can keep your RAM, the more stable it will be when overclocked. The R/am is offered in three kits. A 4GB kit with a frequency of 2000MHz and latencies of 9-11-9 at 1.65V is available.
Kingston also has a 6GB kit with 9-10-9 latencies that also runs at 2000MHz with 1.65V. The final kit is a 4GB 2133MHz offering with 9-11-9 latencies needing 1.65V. The RAM should be available now and the kits cost up to $235.
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